The founder of Ship Your Enemies Glitter, an Australian website that lets anyone in the world ship their enemies bags of glitter – the most irritating party product yet invented – has put his company up for sale, after begging potential customers to stop using his website.
Chelsea striker Diego Costa currently tops the club’s scoring charts, but was that his aim when he joined the Premier League outfit in the summer?
Police have arrested an 18-year-old man over involvement in the cyber-attacks on Sony’s PlayStation Network and Microsoft’s Xbox Live gaming services over Christmas, for which the Lizard Squad hacking group claimed responsibility.
The Simpsons are set for a new starring role in Minecraft, but for now, only in the versions of the game available on its new parent company Microsoft’s Xbox 360 and Xbox One consoles.
Companies put their names on the shirts of Premiership football clubs in the hope that some of the sporting glamour will rub off on their dull corporporate images. But it doesn’t always work out like that.
The retired French winger has revealed that David Dein contacted him before he signed for Newcastle.
Sainsbury’s has dropped PwC as its auditor after 20 years as the accountancy firm faces an investigation into its role in the £263m Tesco accounting scandal.
UK and US authorities working in conjunction to bring Christmas gaming spoilers to justice.
The London Metal Exchange (LME) has announced the appointment of John Lee as Chief Technology Officer.
The Magpies manager believes his side are a ‘strong middle of the Premier League team’.
Emile Heskey scored on his return to senior English football for Bolton, prompting some hilarious responses on social media site Twitter.
The teams have been confirmed as Burnley host Liverpool in an intriguing 3pm kick-off.